Evans Jones LLP is a Cheltenham-based construction consultancy, which has been in practice for over 30 years. Evans Jones provides professional consultancy services to the commercial sector in the areas of Construction, Development, Building Consultancy, Architectural Design, Town Planning Consultancy and Disabled Access Legislation, as well as aspects of the legal obligations of construction and development.


Serviced Areas

  • Gloucester & Cheltenham

Contact Details

  Website
  City Cheltenham
  Postcode GL50 3PQ
  Address Royal Mews/St. Georges Pl
  Phone Number 012 4252 2822

From Our Website

Our Party Wall Surveyors have been working with the Party Wall Act since its inception in 1996, so you can rest assured that we'll take the lead and aim to minimise your costs and any delays to your project. If you have received a Party Wall notice yourself, we'll make sure your neighbour is compliant and taking all reasonable steps to protect your interests throughout the works. When various works are completed to an existing Party Wall, Party Fence Wall or Party Structure. Excavations are completed within 6 metres of a structure on a neighbouring property, which have the potential to undermine the foundations of that structure.


Unlike some of our competitors, we have Surveyors who specialise in Dilapidations and have the knowledge and experience to secure the best possible outcome for you. You can rely on us to take responsibility for your dilapidations claim and to guide you through, what can be a complex process, step-by-step, in an informed and pragmatic manner.


Founded in 1972 and based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, we work across the UK and have regional operations in London and Reading. Our mix of Chartered Building Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers and Planning Consultants, allied to niche services such as Disabled Access Consultancy, allow us to guide our clients through all stages of the property acquisition and development process, as well as the management of existing property portfolios. We believe our skill-set is unique and enables us to offer a mix of planning, cost and technical advice right from the outset of a project, which can and does save our clients time and money.


Working with our in-house team of Building Surveyors and Quantity Surveyors, our Planning Consultants provide clear, no-nonsense, meaningful advice to support your planning applications and planning appeals, as well as a range of other planning services. Our role is to take responsibility. We see securing planning permission as much more than just complying with the relevant planning regulations. We believe in providing clear and concise recommendations, which identifies planning risk and opportunities and is part of a comprehensive analysis of all options for the site in question.


We believe in taking responsibility for our projects, so we're not afraid to take the lead. If appointed, we aim to plan, coordinate, control and report on all aspects of the project, from inception through to completion and beyond. By linking in with our other in-house teams, in particular our Planning Consultancy team, we like to think we can offer early strategic advice, which other firms cannot. Ultimately, we aim to drive value on all of our projects, by saving you money through negotiation and intelligent procurement, but also by identifying, creating and presenting opportunities to you to increase the bottom line.


Our team of Chartered Building Surveyors work across the UK providing building surveying services to individuals, property and land owners, developers, companies and public organisations. Our business is based on building long-term relationships. We want to give you the kind of advice that will save you time and money, so if we think you're making the wrong decision, we won't be afraid to tell you, even if it costs us a fee or means you don't proceed at all. Our Head Office is in the Regency town of Cheltenham.


David leads our Planning Team and brings more than 30 years experience, allied to an enviable reputation for getting results. David now spends most of his time dealing with larger or more contentious projects, as well as managing the Planning Team and has particular strength in the residential, education and leisure sectors. When not locking horns with Planning authorities, David can be found on the piste or clad in Lycra on a mountain or road bike, somewhere in the Cotswolds. Known as 'Dangerous Dave' to his friends, David goes downhill at a phenomenal rate on bike or skis, but would probably admit he is not the quickest in the other direction.